Here’s How Lindsay Lohan Showcased Middle Eastern Culture On Her Trip To London

Since she relocated to Dubai, Lindsay Lohan spoke about the “calmness” she has been feeling.  The star is now embracing her modest, calm life in the Middle East and showed up wearing a silky black hijab at London Modest Fashion Week.

Lohan also attended Turkish designer Zeynep Kartal’s Autumn/Winter 2018 show, wearing a black leather dress teamed with a baseball cap with an attached scarf.

“I never considered people taking a picture ‘bothering’ me, but I don’t want people to misinterpret who I am as a person if they see me sneezing and they say I’m crying,” she said. “I do really appreciate having the life where I can just go outside and not have to worry.”

She’d previously told Wendy Williams how she loved the privacy she gets in the Middle East.

The actress was also snapped mingling with Saudi designer Samah Khashoggi, who presented her brand Samah Abayas’ latest collection on Saturday.

“I didn’t really know how to have a private life because I was so young,” she said, about living in L.A. “I really enjoy my serenity in Dubai. One, it’s illegal to have paparazzi. It’s banned. Also … you don’t see people going to liquor stores and drinking and that kind of thing. You can go out and have fun, but it’s a different kind of fun that you have,” she explained.

The actress is actually set to launch her own beauty line later this year, so could this indicate her range will also be Muslim-friendly? We’ll keep our ears to the ground.

Lohan also has plans to create her own island off Dubai’s coast, as well as currently working with a Dubai-based stylist to design her own clothing line.

WE SAID THIS: Lindsay, you’re making the Arabs proud!